dan at danshafer.com
Fri Jul 12 18:16:01 EDT 2002
>Recently, "Dan Shafer" wrote:
>>> Doesn't work that way on my machine (WinXP). Open Rev -> Create New Stack
>>> and name it "foo". Type:
>>> put the defaultstack
>>> into the messagebox
>>> stack "foo"
>> OK. Are you starting clean? I'm in a situation where there is a
>> mainstack open, along with two substacks. If I have the mainstack
>> open and I type
>> set the defaultStack to "foo" (not the name, but...)
>> into the message box and then immediately type
>> put the defaultStack
>> I get the name of the mainstack.
>I believe defaultStack is a global property that operates locally. So, if
>you type in the message box:
> set the defaultStack to "foo";put the defaultStack
>You should get "foo".
>In other words, once a handler is done executing, the defaultStack is reset
>to the top stack. Since you typed your test scripts separately in the
>message box. The defaultStack was reset by the time you queried it.
That appears to be correct. That will work OK where I need this capability.
>Tactile Media, Multimedia & Design
>E: scott at tactilemedia.com
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